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Columbia Personal Injury Lawyer > Florence Motorcycle Accident Lawyer

Florence Motorcycle Accident Lawyer

There is nothing like the thrill of the open road for motorcycle enthusiasts, and the climate in South Carolina enables riders to enjoy their favorite activity almost all year long. Unfortunately, the risk of motorcycle accidents is extreme according to data compiled by the South Carolina Department of Public Safety. Around 130 riders are killed and another 1,850 victims are injured in the 2,000 motorcycle crashes that occur in the state annually, leading to considerable losses.

If you were hurt or someone close to you died in a motorcycle collision, you may be wondering about your legal remedies. Fortunately, you can recover compensation for your losses, and our team at the Stanley Law Group will support you throughout the legal process. Please contact us to schedule a free consultation with a Florence motorcycle accident lawyer who can provide personalized details. An overview of the legal concepts is also informative.

Common Causes of Motorcycle Collisions

The specific reasons motorcycle crashes occur may vary and each case is different. However, most traffic accidents occur because of careless drivers. To recover compensation, you must prove the essential elements of negligence: You were involved in a motorcycle collision caused by another person’s failure to exercise reasonable care while driving. Examples of motorist negligence include:

  • Running red lights and stop signs;
  • Speeding;
  • Driving while under the influence of alcohol or drugs;
  • Failure to yield;
  • Not checking for motorcycles before opening a door; and,
  • Texting, talking on the phone, eating, using the radio, and other forms of distracted driving.

Keep in mind that your own negligence as a motorcycle rider could also be an issue when seeking damages. South Carolina’s law on comparative negligence operates to reduce your compensation if you also failed to exercise reasonable care.

Recovering Monetary Damages for Your Losses

The legal process after a motorcycle crash is similar to other traffic accidents, so you begin by filing an insurance claim. If the insurer denies or refuses to pay a fair amount, you must initiate litigation in court. The Stanley Law Group will take care of all legal tasks when dealing with an insurance company and filing a lawsuit.

It is the goal of our Florence motorcycle accident lawyers to ensure you receive:

Economic Damages. These amounts aim to cover the tangible, definite losses you sustain, such as the costs of medical treatment, lost wages, and out-of-pocket costs.

Noneconomic Damages: Compensation in this category relates to how your motorcycle crash injuries impact your quality of life. You may be able to obtain amounts for pain and suffering, emotional distress, scarring and disfigurement, and many other losses.

Get Legal Help from a Florence Motorcycle Accident Lawyer

If you were hurt or lost a loved one in a motorcycle crash, please contact the Stanley Law Group to speak to a member of our team. We are happy to set up a no-cost case assessment with a South Carolina motorcycle accident lawyer. After learning more about your circumstances, we can advise you on legal remedies and get started on developing a strategy for recovering compensation.

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